Current version of the OpenAuto Pro is 8.0
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OpenAuto Pro version 4.0 is available
#21
(12-14-2019, 01:25 AM)BlueWave Wrote: As we managed to make Raspbian Buster fully compatible with OpenAuto Pro there is a time for new features. Please have a look at Equalizer that will be available in next release (should be released still this year). Stay tuned!

This looks great,  looking forward to this release.
#22
I think i miss the side menu... thats just me... i believe havin a simple home screen with the old compact side menu will make it more appealing at the start.

with this version its looking less of a head unit... the power & Home button looks a bit odd too....just my two cents

going back to version 3.3
#23
(12-08-2019, 07:53 PM)Daniel_BlueWave Wrote: We are pleased to announce that the OpenAuto Pro version 4.0 has been released.

If you would like to update your version of the OpenAuto Pro, send us an email at software@bluewavestudio.io with your order number.


More information can be found here: OpenAuto Pro 4.0 Changelog
 Function request: How difficult would it be to add additional cameras? I need 3-4 cameras on my truck/trailer. It would be nice to have them selectable on the main menu with additional camera buttons.

Also, tire pressure monitor function would be nice for up to 12 tires, but my research indicates that's a tough one.

Thanks for your hard work.
#24
(12-18-2019, 05:03 AM)tthenrie Wrote: Function request: How difficult would it be to add additional cameras? I need 3-4 cameras on my truck/trailer. It would be nice to have them selectable on the main menu with additional camera buttons.

Also, tire pressure monitor function would be nice for up to 12 tires, but my research indicates that's a tough one.

Thanks for your hard work.

Adding additional cameras should not be a big deal from software point of view. Anyway Raspberry PI has limited performance and more cameras might kill it. We will have a look for possibilities.

Regarding tire pressure, we have to be sure that hardware is fully available and can be used for more user. Also obviously it must provide some interface (communication) documentation. Do you have any proposal for reference hardware?

Meanwhile we finished working on Equalizer. Stay tuned for the new release really soon!

   
   
   
#25
(12-20-2019, 07:15 PM)BlueWave Wrote:
(12-18-2019, 05:03 AM)tthenrie Wrote: Function request: How difficult would it be to add additional cameras? I need 3-4 cameras on my truck/trailer. It would be nice to have them selectable on the main menu with additional camera buttons.

Also, tire pressure monitor function would be nice for up to 12 tires, but my research indicates that's a tough one.

Thanks for your hard work.

Adding additional cameras should not be a big deal from software point of view. Anyway Raspberry PI has limited performance and more cameras might kill it. We will have a look for possibilities.

Regarding tire pressure, we have to be sure that hardware is fully available and can be used for more user. Also obviously it must provide some interface (communication) documentation. Do you have any proposal for reference hardware?

Meanwhile we finished working on Equalizer. Stay tuned for the new release really soon!
Thanks for the response.

I'll see what I can do about the TPS hardware. Sensors are available for purchase, but the documentation may be a problem. They work on 433mhz and 315mhz radio frequencies, depending on where in the world one is. The problem is programming them and assigning each sensor to a particular wheel, which would likely have to be reverse-engineered from a commercial unit.

As for the camera(s). I would only be powering one at a time. I would just like to be able to select which one from the OAP menu. I need three: a cam to view my pickup bed, one on the tailgate for backup, and one on the back end of my trailer for trailer back up. Still working on the setup. It would be nice to be able to use the available and very inexpensive RCA cameras. The RCA-to-usb adapters are pretty iffy. One has to make their own mounting hardware/weatherproof container for the raspberrypi cameras.
#26
Hello. I have a Targus ACB75EU bluetooth 4.0 adapter.
https://www.targus.com/za/bluetooth-4_0-...ps-acb75eu
I dont know this adapter is with boardcom chip or not? Can I use for bluetooth aduio and calls?
#27
(02-08-2020, 12:40 PM)djgala Wrote: Hello. I have a Targus ACB75EU bluetooth 4.0 adapter.
https://www.targus.com/za/bluetooth-4_0-...ps-acb75eu
I dont know this adapter is with boardcom chip or not? Can I use for bluetooth aduio and calls?

Please try to connect it to the Raspberry PI and post output of lsusb command.
#28
(02-08-2020, 12:57 PM)BlueWave Wrote:
(02-08-2020, 12:40 PM)djgala Wrote: Hello. I have a Targus ACB75EU bluetooth 4.0 adapter.
https://www.targus.com/za/bluetooth-4_0-...ps-acb75eu
I dont know this adapter is with boardcom chip or not? Can I use for bluetooth aduio and calls?

Please try to connect it to the Raspberry PI and post output of lsusb command.
This is a boardcom based adapter. Sad

Bus 001 Device 007: ID 0a5c: 21e8 Boardcom corp. BCM20702A0 Bluetooth 4.0
#29
(02-08-2020, 01:23 PM)djgala Wrote:
(02-08-2020, 12:57 PM)BlueWave Wrote:
(02-08-2020, 12:40 PM)djgala Wrote: Hello. I have a Targus ACB75EU bluetooth 4.0 adapter.
https://www.targus.com/za/bluetooth-4_0-...ps-acb75eu
I dont know this adapter is with boardcom chip or not? Can I use for bluetooth aduio and calls?

Please try to connect it to the Raspberry PI and post output of lsusb command.
This is a boardcom based adapter. Sad

Bus 001 Device 007: ID 0a5c: 21e8 Boardcom corp. BCM20702A0 Bluetooth 4.0

Here is recent discussion regarding same Bluetooth Dongle. You can try to use tips from the ktb user and see if they will help.

https://bluewavestudio.io/community/show...p?tid=1420


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